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Arts Briefs: An arts festival at Smith College, a theatrical version of an iconic 1920s novel, and more
04-12-2024 8:40 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

Editor’s note: The performance at Northampton’s A.P.E. Gallery tonight with Fumi Tomita has been canceled. However, Tomita and Allen Fowler will be present for the artist’s reception at the gallery from 5-8 p.m.​​​​​​A new arts celebrationNORTHAMPTON...

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The Beat Goes On: Cloudbelly celebrates a new album in Northampton, Brazilian sounds come to Amherst, and more
04-04-2024 3:32 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Just days after former folk and Americana performer turned indie-pop singer Caroline Rose played in Florence, Cloudbelly, the Valley indie folk band led by singer-songwriter Corey Laitman, is set to showcase songs from a new album that has a...


Coming to terms with a hushed-up past: One-man play explores past abuse by Catholic clergy
11-24-2023 7:31 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

As Jay Sefton recalls, it was “a real honor” to be chosen to play Jesus Christ is his Catholic school’s annual production of a Passion Play, the historic theatrical presentation of Christ’s trial, suffering and death.It was 1985, and Sefton, who grew...


Arts Briefs: Open art studios and a 1980s play revival in Easthampton, a Native American exhibit in Springfield, and more
11-24-2023 7:05 AM

Back Porch Festival is coming backNORTHAMPTON — Signature Sounds’ Back Porch Festival, which underwent a dramatic expansion earlier this year, is set to return next March in a similar format, with 50 performers playing in 10 different venues over...


Coming to terms with a hushed-up past: One-man play explores past abuse by Catholic clergy
11-22-2023 4:14 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

As Jay Sefton recalls, it was “a real honor” to be chosen to play Jesus Christ is his Catholic school’s annual production of a Passion Play, the historic theatrical presentation of Christ’s trial, suffering and death.It was 1985, and Sefton, who grew...


Art Briefs: Theater in Chester and Easthampton, a Native American celebration in Turner Falls, and more
08-04-2023 9:10 AM

Seeing the lightCHESTER – The summer season at the Chester Theatre Company (CTC) continues through this weekend with the final performances of Loy A. Webb’s “The Light,” a production that looks at how a young African-American couple navigate...


The Soviet poet and the English sleuth: New play imagines Sherlock Holmes investigates the 1930 death of revolutionary poet and playwright Vladimir Mayakovsky
07-13-2023 1:52 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

What do Vladimir Mayakovsky, a celebrated poet and playwright of the early years of the Soviet Union, and Sherlock Holmes have in common?Pretty much nothing, it would seem – except both appear in “Hope I Die Before I Get Old,” a one-man play in which...


Back to the stage: Real Live Theater returns from the pandemic with staged reading and a new summer production
06-09-2023 3:24 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Like many theater organizations, Real Live Theater (RLT) was shut down from producing live performances for over two years due to the pandemic.But the Valley performance ensemble, now celebrating its 10th anniversary, is swinging back into action,...


Arts Briefs: Asparagus Festival in Hadley, new exhibit at Forbes Library, free concert in Springfield, and more
06-02-2023 9:17 AM

Time to celebrate Hadley grassHADLEY — New England Public Media’s Asparagus Festival, now in its ninth season, returns to the Hadley town common June 3 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., offering a variety of family-friendly events such as music and games, as...


A new kid in town: Easthampton Theater Company steps onto city arts scene with first production, ‘God of Carnage’
05-05-2023 10:29 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

Easthampton, measured by a variety of yardsticks, has made considerable strides in the last several years as an artistic town. Public art projects and new galleries. Artist studios in old mill buildings. New music venues such as the Marigold Theater....


Arts Briefs: Student art in Northampton, photos of rural post offices in Williamsburg, and more
04-27-2023 1:24 PM

Invasion of the student artistsNORTHAMPTON — Young artists from JFK Middle School and Northampton High School will have their chance to shine in May as two city galleries exhibit their work.Starting May 4 at the A.P.E. Gallery, a tradition continues...


$8.6M renovation of Old Town Hall in Easthampton enters second phase
03-29-2023 2:24 PM

By EMILY THURLOW

EASTHAMPTON — A second and key phase of renovation and conversion of Old Town Hall into a center for the arts is expected to begin next month, though officials say the overall cost of the three-phase project has shot up by $1.7 million because of...


Arts Briefs: History talk in Amherst, jazz in Easthampton, poetry in Northampton, and more
01-05-2023 5:03 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Revisiting the pastAMHERST — The monthly Song & Story Swap, sponsored by the Pioneer Valley Folklore Society of western Massachusetts, will feature storyteller and historical re-enactor Dennis Picard in a hybrid event Jan. 7 at 7 p.m.The in-person...

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